The Storm Prediction Center has place most of the Tri State under a "1" and "2"; meaning an isolated-to-scattered threat of severe storms tonight. Between the hours of 8PM-12AM a line of storms will be progressing north-to-south through the area. Damaging wind gust and large size hail are two threats.
TONIGHT: Thunderstorms will be exiting by 2AM leaving partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will cool into lower 70s with a northerly wind.
FRIDAY: Northerly winds will continue to settle in through the morning as skies clear. Afternoon highs will range between the low-to-mid 80s with mostly sunny conditions.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Through the evening and overnight skies will remain clear. The combination of clear skies and northerly winds will allow for an cool overnight of 64.
THE WEEKEND: Unfortunately the dry weather will be disrupted by another chance of showers and storms arriving by Saturday morning. At this time it does not appear to be complete washout. Off and on damp conditions will linger into Sunday. Afternoon highs will remain unseasonable cooler.